A Christmas Carol
Publish date: March 1st 2004
Publisher: Wildside Press
Pages no: 108
Edition language: English
Series: Christmas Books (#1)
In this book the main character Ebenezer Scrooge was a grumpy old man who disliked everyone and everything but he what he hated was christmas! In the beginning of the book Scrooge had the worst christmas spirit and didnt mind killing others right along with his. Soon enough his friend Bob Marl...
Part of my annual Christmas ritual -- and since this year I indulged by way of Patrick Stewart's splendid audio version and the TV adaptation it inspired, here's my review of the latter ... with the added note that my comments on Stewart's performance in the movie also apply to his reading, where he...
I had never read A Christmas Carol before, and even more shocking, I'd never read Charles Dickens before last week (unless you count a manga adaptation of Great Expectations). I was however familiar with the story (can someone not be familiar with the story?) and after I happened to stumble on the f...
One might like Christmas, or one might not; one might be a Christian, or one might not be. Anyway I do not think anybody would be arguing against the fact that this novella became practically ultimate Christmas story. For this reason I will not bother hiding spoilers in my review; if you have no clu...
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